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wireless AP 4 years 9 months ago #37855

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I tried configuring a linksys access point but couldnt. After wasting too much time I realised that cisco now doesnt ship some AP with default IPs, they rely on routers running dhcp to get IPs. After configuring it I asked my self, what is the rationale behind this ?
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Re: wireless AP 4 years 9 months ago #37856

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Hi Sose what type(model) of Linksys Ap try to config?
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Re: wireless AP 4 years 9 months ago #37857

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WAP160N SERIES
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Re: wireless AP 4 years 9 months ago #37858

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reset first and then try 192.168.3.105 or 169.254.3.67 GUI Web Interface ip address
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